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The process whereby builders, brokers, and rental property managers induce purchasers or lessees of real property to buy land or rent premises in neighborhoods composed of persons of the same race.

Steering is an unlawful practice and includes any words or actions by a real estate sales representative or Broker that are intended to influence the choice of a prospective buyer or tenant. Steering violates federal fair housing provisions that proscribe discrimination in the sale or rental of housing.

See: guidance, leading, management, supervision
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North America to contribute to more than 30 percent of the Automotive Steering Roll Connector Market in 2021
Technavio's analysts forecast the global automotive steering system market grow at a CAGR of 5.
Segmentation by end market and analysis of automotive steering system market
Significant price reduction is expected to drive the automotive steering systems market in developing regions.
In Quertaro, which is located in the central Mexican Bajio region, Bosch is building a 15,000-square-meter manufacturing site for automotive steering systems.
The automotive steering system market is projected to be the largest in Asia-Oceania from 2015 to 2020, owing to the rising demand for automobiles in this region.
Current applications of these protective films include automotive steering racks, where glass-filled plastic parts have replaced powder-metal bearing cradles.
Designed for automotive steering rack drilling the 200HP can produce more than 250,000 in 5,400 working hours, a penetration rate of 10" per minute.
The case study found that after-service automotive steering gear bellows could be reprocessed to yield a recyclate with greater than 80% of the mechanical properties of virgin ETPE material.
The full acquisition of two former fifty-fifty joint ventures, BSH Hausgerte GmbH and Robert Bosch Automotive Steering GmbH, pushed sales up by almost 22 billion euros, or 44 percent.
A new Transparency Market Research report states that the automotive steering systems market stood at US$24.

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